Jeffrey Epstein’s “suicide” likely a cover-up, internal prison files show
02/16/2024 // Ethan Huff // Views

Newly uncovered internal documents from the U.S. Federal Bureau of Prisons suggest that pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's alleged "suicide" may not have been what we were all told it was.

Apparently, prison officials colluded with one another to blame the sex predator financier for his own death before an official autopsy had even been performed. In other words, "suicide" was more cover story than fact.

The Grayzone filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request seeking more information about whether Epstein's alleged first suicide attempt on July 23, 2019, really happened. The media outlet found that the Bureau did, in fact, distort the nature of what happened prior to an autopsy.

"This meant the narrative of suicide was pushed on the public – to the exclusion of all other explanations – before basic facts were ascertained," The Grayzone explains.

(Related: Among his many other sexual crimes against minors, Epstein reportedly exploited a teenage girl to "obtain blackmail information" on "prominent American politicians.")

Was Epstein murdered (or maybe he's hiding out in Israel)?

All of this is coming back into the news cycle after previously sealed court documents pertaining to Epstein were released in early January. Those documents sparked fresh interest in the Epstein case, the full web of which is still being investigated.

Establishment "journalists" have shown pretty much zero interest in any of these latest revelations, demonstrating that their allegiances are not to truth and fact. In fact, many of them are claiming that the revelations are "fake" as they provide cover for the Epstein scandal.

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Epstein's official cause of death is listed as suicide by hanging. A medical examiner ruled that Epstein likely took his own life on Aug. 10, 2019, a claim that just 16 percent of America believes is actually true.

Keep in mind that Epstein's own legal team declared that, based on available evidence at the time, the pedophile's death is "far more consistent" with murder than with suicide.

Dr. Michael Baden, a leading forensic pathologist who is said to have monitored Epstein's autopsy, also claimed that his findings "did not support suicide."

There were broken bones in Epstein's neck that are "more common in victims of homicide by strangulation," other reports state.

Three weeks prior to his death, Epstein was reportedly found injured and semi-conscious in his cell with unknown marks on his neck, this according to an official inquiry from the Department of Justice Inspector General. Epstein said at the time that he knew nothing about the incident, and his cellmate, former New York police officer Nicholas Tartaglione, pleaded ignorance.

Just minutes after Epstein was reportedly discovered by prison guards, prison officials formally logged his attempted suicide as being from "hanging/asphyxiation." Further details, including who made this claim, are redacted from the report.

The following day, Epstein was removed from suicide watch and charged with violating prison code 228, which addresses "tattooing or self-mutilation." Why this occurred remains unknown, but we do know that at least one prison official openly pondered whether Epstein was "mentally capable of proceeding with the disciplinary action."

Another prison official said about the disciplinary hearing that he "would feel really uncomfortable doing this," whatever "this" entailed.

A few days later, the official incident report for Epstein was updated to include "self-mutilation" as the alleged cause of his failed suicide, citing indeterminate "lacerations," this despite attending prison doctors never mentioning any lacerations.

Not long after that, Epstein's "self-mutilation" was "expunged" from official records, with a prison representative admitting that it was "unclear why it had been expunged and whether Mr. Epstein knew this."

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